And a lot of them seemed to be in favor of cutting the glass on the cabinet door, or gathering a lot of other materials, like newspaper, to cushion the falling plates.
Some of the suggestions seemed like they would require a trip to the hardware store for some particularly specialized materials.
And none of these plans, of course, offered any suggestions for cleaning up the mess they’d surely make.
Others simply saw it as a lost cause, and advised reaping the damages and moving on.
And then came Louise. Her plan was brilliant in its practical simplicity: no glass cutting, no drills, no mysterious hardening foam.
It just involved holding the left side door shut and reaching in through the right side to rearrange the plates.
And in fact, that’s exactly what happened. Tseng’s friend ended up saving the day — and her dishes — by doing basically this, bracing the dishes up with her hand before placing them back on the shelf.
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